WWII Royal Air Force fighter 'ace' James Edgar "Johnnie" Johnson flew Spitfire Mk IX EN398 during 1943. As a wing commander he had his initials as its code letters, JE-J. Depicted here climbing vertically into a sunlit sky, displaying the beautifully evolving lines of RJ Mitchell's iconic design.
During World War 2 the US Government created a series of posters and books to teach the differences between Friend or Foe to lessen the chance of shooting the wrong aircraft. Each aircraft depiction shows the side, front and bottom of each aircraft in near silhouette as those are the common angles seen from the ground. This poster depicts the RAF Spitfire fighter. There is an option for a 3/16" white border on the poster as well.